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This small, informal conference invites presentations of high quality theoretical or empirical research papers on financial intermediation.
The workshop will bring together central bankers, analysts and academics interested in research on global financial stability. It will focus on empirical work related to international banking and financial markets, with special emphasis on analyses that make use of the international banking,...
We welcome submissions within the broad themes of uncertainty and its implications for asset markets and financial stability. We would welcome particularly theoretical or empirical contributions that address global financial markets. Topics: - The linkage between uncertainty and global financial...
SFI’s Annual Meeting is one of the leading events in the Swiss financial community’s calendar and an exclusive discussion platform. It brings together the finest minds in academia and key financial market players to exchange the knowledge and expertise that will keep Switzerland at the top...
The workshop will bring together leading academics, central bankers and bank supervisors. Topics: - Implications for financial markets of the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), big data and crypto-assets, and the macroeconomic outcomes; - Technological innovations in financial and payment...
Family structures in all industrial and post-industrial societies are changing rapidly, as is the economic security that is granted or can be granted within families. Social security systems are challenged to react to these changes, for they shape current developments and also set the course for...
The conference provides a forum for discussing a wide range of theoretical and empirical issues related to monetary policy. This year, the focus will be on lessons drawn in the aftermath of the global financial crisis for the new normal in policy frameworks. Some of the topics that contributions...
The conference theme is: Inequality over the life course. We also welcome submissions on all relevant areas of sociological research, notably the labour market, education, gender, the family, migration and ethnicity, urban and spatial inequalities, political sociology, health and well-being,...
This 10th Conference of the International Walras Association invites the submission of proposals for contributions that question the nature of the relations between Walras, the marginalist revolution and neoclassical economics, or that re-examine the meaning of these different terms. Is it still...
Topics: trade policy and international trade co-operation.
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